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with, julieanne moore, so brave to take this role. >> i want to thank our writers who didn't buckle under the pressure of the first season and continued to challenge themselves and by extension us as actors and make such brave choices, so relentlessly and we are all better for it. >> i'd like to thank brenda chapman coming one this amazing story. john lassiter, jim morris, andrew staten, pete doctor, my bosses, colleagues, and friends gave me all the support. my incredible producer, katherine, bob eiger and everybody at disney for being brave to do this film. >> i'm standing here with the greatest collaborators anyone could ask you for, i told you about jennie and judd and ilene, my film school and family and the cast who showed me the meaning of bravery, and nakedness, both emotional and physical. >> greta: oh, bravery and heroics for imitating heroic and brave people, perhaps, but there's a big, big, big difference between actually doing heroic and brave things than imitating brave people and heroic people. and getting paid a lot to do it. have some in hollywood really lost grip.
to him st. thomas moore society, and president inauguration is setting it abuzz. and so far the highlight of the ball is the nice plate of chex mix they provide and eric cantor headed to the white house with my wife diana for coffee with the president and vice-president and their lovely wives. >> i congratulations president obama on the inauguration and celebrate the country with this american tradition. what are your favorite tweets? follow me on twitter at greta wire and send your top picks hakt greta. and the president had the majority and a massive surplus bill and pushed through health care reform. it was an easy political ride. since republicans took the house in 2010 well, it's been gridlock. how do the freshmen congressmen plan to break the stalemate. and first, the issue of obamacare, it's passed, but a lot of dissension about it, your thoughts, what you think you can do with it or you intend to do? >> hopefully we can rein in some of the worst excesses testify and mitigate some of the damage. the law has changed significantly since it's passed and the framers of the law 50 state
, we need to provide moore security for the consulate, perhaps close it for a period of time. a military asset on stand by to extract people. why there weren't more resources prepped. and she was clearly aware that libya was a very dangerous place and i think as goes on, we'll learn more-- i don't believe the only people aware of what a bad situation it was, were of the mid level people that resigned. i think that it was clear from her testimony today that she was aware of how libya was, although, obviously she says there's no way she could know it was going to turn into this. >> greta: if i get right from what you said, your main concern was the process of information and to make sure we find out what happened, how it happened so it doesn't happen again. >> only one of two things could have happened. either the information didn't get to where it it needed to go or the information got to where it needed to go, but the response was not appropriate. both are bad. >> greta: and we investigate that so that doesn't happen again. >> absolutely. >> greta: okay. the second, there was
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